In order to repair the kitchen windows (which had been mercilessly assaulted by the diabolical Cedar Waxwings), we had to replace the casing for the windows. Because of this, we had the rather new (2 years old) windows removed from the kitchen, and the plan was to put them in Doug's office. See the beautiful, new, kitchen windows! I'm excited that I'll be able to easily pull out the screen and photograph our yard, and no longer have the screen in the shots.
So far, so good. The office windows were then removed. . .
And the kitchen windows were 4" too big for the holes left in the office! While I was at work, Doug and the window installer decided that they had to do something (before the predicted rain tonight). So they decided to go to Lowes and pick up 2 more windows for the office, and put the former kitchen windows in Dianna's room!
And they dared to go where no man has ever gone before (not really)! They braved the hall to Dianna's room, the doorway, and managed to get one window into her room! The other kitchen window wouldn't fit in her 2nd window opening, either, so we have one homeless window now.
AND, at last, although expected this past Tuesday, my new camera arrived and I was able to pick it up at Best Buy an hour ago! The battery is now being charged up; I hope I can remember, or figure out, what kind of custom settings to use on it, and get the correct ACR files downloaded for this!